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Silver Triplet Opal Ring-Q

  • Opal Type: Triplet Opal
  • Origin: Lightning Ridge, Walgett Shire, NSW
  • Silver 925
  • Stone Size:  14*10 mm
  • Ring Size: 6 (M), 6.5 (N), 7 (O)
  • OPAL THE “EYE STONE”

     

    Birthstone – October 

     

    Zodiac: Cancer, Libra, Scorpio, Pisces

     

    Element – Water

     

    Opal is the birthstone for the month of October, along with pink tourmaline. It is also the stone given to celebrate the 14th year of marriage. The name opal is thought to be derived from the Sanskrit Upala, meaning “precious stone,” and later the Greek derivative “Opallios,” meaning “to see a change of color.”

     

    Opal is predominantly found in Australia. 95% of it, to be exact, is found there, thus making opal the country’s national gemstone

     

    To define opal they are solid gems mineraloid that is solidified from the chemical silicon dioxide, which comes from cavities in decaying vegetation, wood, and bones.

     

    The opal can be quite superb. Opal from Lightning Ridge is often considered to be the best and brightest in the world.

    Opal is an emotional stone that reflects the mood of each person. It intensifies emotions and releases inhibitions. It encourages both freedom and independence.

     

    Opal enhances cosmic consciousness and induces psychic and mystical visions. It stimulates originality and creativity, helping to release anger and claim self-worth, aiding in accessing and expressing one’s true self.

     

    They are known for strengthening the memory, it also encourages an interest in arts. By wearing your Opal you will bring loyalty, faithfulness, and spontaneity.  

    Opal is a noncrystalline form of the mineral silica. Opal is related to the more common crystalline cousins such as quartz and agate. Opal differs as it is formed from amorphous lumps of silica rather than that from naturally faceted crystals. The chemical composition of opal is SiO2H2O, silicon dioxide combined with water (an opal stone may contain up to 30% water.) Opal’s Moh’s hardness rating is measured at 6.0 to 6.5 on the scale similar in hardness to quartz. Most opal is more than 65 million to 145 million years old and is found in the Cretaceous layer of rock which was during the period when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

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    Triplet Opal  Silver Ring -Q